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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1959
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ffe ""S, Everything went about as expected as Titonka took the girls championship and ftingsted grabbed the boys tide Saturday night in the finals of the State Line Conference .Tournament at Titonka. Both teams had been expected to take the titles before the tourney began, and both are the leaders in their divisions of the season race for the championships. The Squaws ran their season mark ,to 11-2 with their 68-62 verdict over a fighting Sentral g!rls team in the curtain-raiser, and Ringated won its sixteenth straight game without defeat in the boys finale with a 67-42 win o^fcf Titonka., The girls final game was a dandy, featuring the top defensive team 'in the meet, Titonka, «nd the top scoring team. Sentral. Titonka took a 36-34 lead at the half as the teams played on even terms. The game remained Close all the way before Titonka finally chalked up the six- point verdict. Two girts, Ellen Nelson of Ti- tohka and Janice Bierstedt ^i Sentral, put on quite a scoring show. Both counted 36 points, more than half of their team's total. Sentral wound Up with a 69 point average in its three games in the meet, while Titpnka held three opponents to an average of 46,6 points.• - , . Girls Results ^Titonka 38, Ringsted 36 JLedyard 81, Thompson 38 Armstrong 44, Burt 43 Sentral 65, Lakola 48 Ultonka 50, Ledyard 42 Sentral 80, Armstrong 72 Ringsted capped a four-game 2-A!gona (la.) t)pp«r D« Moin« Thursday, Jart. %t, 1959 climb to the over Titonka. title .with its win The winners raced away .to a 35-15 bulge during the first half of play and the Indians couldn't muster enough scoring punch to get back in the contest during the final 16 minutes. Doug Glasnapp and Dick Jensen eadh punched in 14 points for -thfe winners, while Jack Trunk- hill of Titonka, topped both teams with 15 points during the fray. Ringsted ,ou,tscored ,,all oppon- etffs an average of IS'points per gatne on the"; way to the cup. Ti. tonka proved to be a big surprise in lt the,Doys division, winning two of three starts after taking only one previous victory during the entire season. • Boys Results Hingsted 56, Ledyard 48 Swea City 54, Sentral 35 - Titonka 58, Burt 51 l^akota 63, Armstrong 62 • Ringsted 58, Swea-City 41 Rake 73, Thompson 57 Titonka 63, Lakota 46 Ringsted 48, Rake 38 Hay will continue in the season-long championship races until the middle of February in the conference., Standings Girls W Titonka _________ 6 Sentral _________ J5 Lakota ---------- 4 Thompson ______ ,4 Burt _^_-^_ _____ .3 Ledyard '„* ------- 3 Ringsted ________ 2 Armstrong ._„ ___ 1 I ' Boys *' - W Jttngsted ________ 9 Armstrong ------ 7 Hake ____________ 6 Lakota __________ 5 Thompson ------- 3 .., -------- 3 Burt :_aw.'--_-.-,-2 sTitonka, „„ ______ 0 L 1 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 L 0 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 •7 9 Keglers Warm ; rfV •', »,s t , Up Alleys For Some Hot Totals COUNTY 4 ot 3m.. 1969. ' A. smith City Clerk - i" Climb From Cellar Aim Of Algona Cagers On Friday A reserve guard counted 16, points in the final half to .usher Clarion lo a 59-46 win over upset- minded Algona during a North Central Conference game in the high school gym Friday night. A large crowd saw John Phillips, Who had scored only 20 points in four previous games, come oft the bench and shoot the high* flying Clarion club to victory*. ' Coach George w DuvaJJ*s club, still tied with Iowa Falls in the loop basement, travel r to Clear Lake for a meeting with the Lions ,who have a so-so record, tomorrow. (Friday) night. -,Ohe of Clear Lake's two conference wiAS was over the Bulldogs, 1 80-39, *in : a, meeting of the clubs earlier in the season. v The Lions, who have a 2-4 loop record and a 5-6 season mark, are, the only conference team to post a win over Hurri- boldt. They turned the trick; 5848, about two" yeeks ago,-^ Webster City pasted the. Clear Lake club, f 56-38, Friday' night. Clear Lake -has i.wo of the leading scorers in the loop, Ted Lindquist, who has not played in the last two games due to an ankle injury, with a 13,7 scoring average, and Gene Zielie, .who has averaged 12 points , per game. Zielie was one of the ? top men in the loop a year ago, also, and has begun to find'the range in. re/* •cent games. Clear Lake also has one of the top defensive clubs in the entire area. * ' " , J Duvall will send his two top scorers; Jerry Cowan and Pat Kain, both over thd 12 point mark, against the Lions .in an attempt to get the Bulldogs their second loop win against six r 's &£&&* against "Clarion, he can 'get into acubnT Hit fre- turn to the lineup could give the club quite a lift." Algona got off to an early lead over Clarion and fans sensed, the outcome of the game might not follow.the script. Algona led, 84, midway, in the first period, but Clarion began to hit well and grabbed a 14-8 lead at-the end of the quarter. Clarion ~extended the bulge to 26-18 near the end of the half, but the Bulldogs, chopped the edge to 2ff-24 at halftime. jGellenfeld "and Phyllis 'tossed^the top scores as Seglers warmed up the alleys at Jawkeye Lanes this week. Gei-_.., J ,*f_.« ygfc Une> - a 27? a?d f , (.529, -ftp men, while Wftker,liad a ?43 line tp lead Standing* : W L Humboldt -_ 6 1 Clarion <. __5 i Webster City .-^.6 2 Eagle Grove ___»_4 3 Clear Lake _>^_u-2 4 Hampton _^--»-^2 4 Algona ^.—_i_^il "' 6 Iowa Falls'.._—„_1 6 The Bulldogs pumped home five points early in the third stanza and led, 29-28, and the lead changed hands frequently until ^Clarion, took a 39-38 lead at the three-quarter, mark. The Cowboys 4hen 'pumped in eight points in the first two minutes of the final stanza to stitch the game, ^ I Jerry Cowan topped the Bulldogs frr scoring'with 16 points,-including a pair of buckets on driving layups, and Pat Kain tossed in 10 points. Bob Percival turned in a fine job rebounding during his * two quarters of action, "a limitation due to his three quarters of play in the B- team game earlier. Purcell got 17 points, Phillips 16 and Stober II for the Cowboys. Algona battled the taller Cowboys all the way until Phillips shot the game out of Teach. *• ' • ( Box score: Algeria (46) F,G, FT F .Cowan \._ 8 0 4 'Kain 3 4 5 . Harris 0 1 4 Manser 3 1 3 Heinen 1 > 0 2 Johnson __ 1 1 0 Percival '. 2 1 2 Peer . __1 00 to come from behind to fake the contest. Emmetsburg was off> and-running in the first period^ and had the Jottririies down, 2l« 18. The teams counted only stir points between them during the second period, but Emmetsbuig retained the lead, 23-22, at halfr time. ' ', '' ^ The third period was all Si John's as Rahe really found the range. The Johnnies , rolled up their sleeves and counted 20 points while holding Emmets*" burg to 13 and went .into a 50-36 lead at the three-quarter mark* Rahe was given ample assist* ance in the scoring column by Duane Vaske, who has found his' eye in recent games. Vaske hit 16 points. John Hand got 14 points and Don Bormann 10 tot the losers. St. John's now has a 4-4 conference record. Emmetsburg is 1-5. Boa! score: St. John's (64) FG FT Rahe 12 ,11 Marlow —.......... - i 0 Vaske 6 : 4 Schiltz -_! 2' 1' Grandgenett __„_ 1 1 Dolan 1 ; 1 . 23 18 12 Fflf2Cw Held, Bancroft Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Rich* ard Menke entertained a group of relatives Sunday evening at the Legion Hall on the occasion, of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs Menke is the fotmer Adria McGuire and was married to Richard Menke, January 18. 1934, 'in St. John's Catholic church* They have farmed all their mar* -Tied life near Bancroft. s They are the parents of four daughters, Mrs Tom Lensing, Ames*, Alice, Sioux City; Ray and Janice at home. They have th^ee f -andchildren, Joyce, Lqri and teVen Lensing, Mrs Menke has three sisters and five brothers, Mr Menke has two sister's and eight brothers, all living in Kossuth County, They were present for the celebration. Thfe cake was baked by Mrs Sylvester Rockier, jjfeceVof Mrs Menke, -Mrs Clerus/Dorr and 'Alfred Menke were tneir attendants 'And were both aqle to' be, here. . 19 Clarion 459) -FG« 'Stobel* "£. .1I4'- rPurcell 4 Doty •_,_'_ 3 R. Meyer __2 G. Meyer 0 Randolph _.0 • Phillips 6 8 9 1 3 1 0 4 19 21 13 The Cowboys hit 21 of 27 free throws and Algona hit eight of 17. Clarion came from behind to take a 37-31 Soph game. . win in the Fresh- Riedel's 225 Is Top Pin Line Bob Riedel rolled a 225 line to top all keglers at Algona Lanes this week. Other men over 200 were Zeke Winkel 22$".'"Cliff. Benschoter 215, Ronald Olson and Melvin Meyer 201. Women over 160 were Marilyn Schumacher 182, Nancy Sands 179, Lucile Slonicker 179, Jackie Laing 176, 165, Bernie Hamilton 168, Ann Lytle 168, Frances Slratton 166, Darlene Heerdt 166, Darlene Seiler 165, Lavbnne Pittman 165, 164 and Charlotte Baldwin 164. -women over 160 -were ,K§y. Voigt : 216, 181, Irma Dee 180, 'Hfide 1 Ferguson I7fl, Carol Rprpthy Rueb g jei and AT- J88, „ ^r + wj ejrce , t lafe;SdWJl?y Kfesafi^iuS 2 - a HJj^fftd **^«\A1 m*'iw si, ?TOJH Whittembre High 2-Time Victor Whittembre took two wins from Des Moines ' township of Rplfe at Whittemore, Jan. 13. The girls won easily, 58-38, and the boys came through, 65-55. Whittemore raced to a 17-8 first quarter lead in the, girls game arid upped the bulge to 3316 at the half- By the end of the third round it was 54-21 . Marjorie Behnke tossed in 35 points and Balgeman 19 for Whittemore, while Marie Turley got 20 for the losers. Coach Gordon Jenson's boys pulled away slowly to take the finale. Whittemore |ed. 18-15, at the quarter, 34-26, at the haK and 52-36 at the three-quarter mark op the. way to victory. Meyer pumped In 38 points and Wood U for the winners, while Bennett accounted for 29 points for losers. quarter, but a spurt by LuVerne put Coach Bryce Wickett's team on top; .25-17, at halftiine. It was 42-33 at the three-quarter mark, Maass got 38 points and Hanselman 10 for LuVerne and Gerdes got 16 for Woden. St. Johns Wins LuVerne Grabs 2 From Woden LuVerne grabbed a pair of basketball wins from Woden Jan 13. The girjg took the opener, 61^ 49, and the bx>vs followed with a' 65-52 decision. ;<The girj^^ttl^d the isjsue earlyl LuVerne e$ off to 9 i?*3 Jeafl m Hie first Tiffiod an4 w^re n hjea4ed: 'fflfa \yjme ^Ixti held II w?4 47*28 Jeads ?t Q>«? half while Pevine tossed in 37 ' " The'toys game was tied, at the In Loop Tilt St. John's of Bancroft, relying on the 'scoring of EoV Rahe, one of the top point-getters in the state, and a tight defense, slammed Emmetsburg Catholic, 6449. at Bancroft in a North Central Catholic Conference fray at Bancroft Thursday "night. Rahe, who ' has counted' 226 points, an average of 28.2, in eight loop tilts so far, banged in 35 points, his second highest total of the season. He pumped in 49 counters against St, Cecelia's e fe.w weeks ago, ', Coach Vince Meyer's crew had GrapplersWin Over Hampton By Easy 26-11 : Algona high school's wrestler!? continued to be the scourge" of the North Central Conference as they turned in an easy 26-11-victory over Hampton at Hampton Friday night. Coach Champ Martin's crew now has a 3-3 season mark and a perfect 3-0 record in the loop, including earlier wins over,Clart ion and'Eagle-,Grove. The', Bulldogs will meet *the only other conference team with a perfect record; Iowa Falls, here-tomorrdto (Friday) night in the high School gym. The r winner of the meet will win the conference crown- The performance of the locals at Hampton was one of the best of the entire season. Only Jerry 5 Seiler, 138 pounder, and Bob Mrs J. D. Smith, ES LeRoy Wesselman, cut and served the lore and Mrs Webster City, pake. SILVER "kNNIVI Friday even! (SEAL* State oi fowA ) Kossuth County ) I. David A. Smith, duly _, qualified and acting City Clei City Of Algoitt, Iowa, do.T in te«, of the rect and complete Copy ---- _, — --- ,-_ — -^ No. 400 which WM apprtved by th* City of Algona., Iowa, on the 44th day of January, 1969, and wa* authenticated by ttte signatures of the Mayor attd City 'Clef k of the aty of;Al«ona. Iowa. on the 14th day of January,- 1859. I further certify that said Ordinance wa* published in (he Algona Upper De» Molncs. a newspaper publisHed Weekly and printed .in the English langua arid of general circulation M the Ci »f Algona. Jowa. which publication was on the 22nd day of January age City y, . at Algona. loWa, this Slnd dfty of January, 1939. ARY . Mr and Mrs W. Wiskus' entetffliied a group of friends and relatives at a" party &tr the Legion 'Hall on their silver wedding annivesary. , . r' -Alice Menke and Donna. Bergman, ' Sioux City and Mr and Mrs Tom Lensing, Ames, came Friday evening, for the silver '-Wedding anniversary of Mr and •Mrs Richard Menke. : "Alfred, Alfonse. and Marcella Weber attended funeral services 1 at Moorhead, Minn., for their aunt, ' Mrs Vincent Weber.. . .Among relatives attending funeral services Thursday at Rockford, 111. for Richard Froehle were his parents Mr and Mrs Frank Froehle, Mr and Mrs Maurice Fr6ehle and Delbert Ferguson. ., 'Donald and Francis Lampe, Cedair Rapids, came Thursday and s'tient the weeken'd with relatives -' - '*""' ~ "••-*•*"-*••*. fLadies of the Baptist Church honored Mrs Robinson, the Minister's wife; at a .party Thursday afternoon on her birthday*. -Mrs .Robinson was presented with and a lunch was served. tin. ^jagr T * • '** f~ r " t - » i Perhaps the Vtop match o£ thf evening was the 127 goundvio between Jason" Etnerington' dl the Bulldogs and HowariJ Jeffries of Hampton. The match was touch-and-go all the way, with Etheringtoh coming through, 4-3 Results: 95 Ibs.—George Balluff won forfeit. 103 Ibs.—Orland Sleil decisioned D. Carr (H)), 4-0. 112 Ibs.—Terry Ringsdorf deci: sibhed T. Carr (HV, 9-0 120 Ibs.—Glanville (H) decision• , ed .Arnold Braun, 6-5* 127 Ibs.—rJason Etherington deci- sioned Jeffries (H), 4-? 133 lbs.-=—Jim Richardson deci- sioned Stockberger (H), 8-7. 138 Ibs.—Cormariey (H) decison ed Jerry Seiler, 11-0. 145 Ibs.—Jim Kain decisioned Riggdns (H), 8-0. 154 Ibs.—Gary Rich decisioned Fredricks (H)>5-3. 165 Ibs.—Waters (H) threw Bob ••, * Kern. Hwt; -r-Jerry.. Ostrum decision:,% ed Booth (H)", 4-2. The locals .also grabbed the B- team meet, 32-3 as Garry Graham and Dennis Richey took falls and Darryl Bray ton, Bill Sigsbee, Gary Angle and David Lon.' took decisions. The Bulldogs won two matches on forfeits. Algona's junior high team con r linued on the unbeaten path with an easy, 34-16, win over-Brill at Britt Jan. 10. Clyde Bronson. Bob Patton and Dennis Helmke to6k fallsi' Marvin Eisenbarth, Ken Kern,.'Tom' Gouge and Paul Seiler won decisions and David Wildin and Tim Vipond gained draws. Patton's fall was his third in three meets, while Seller and Eisenbarth also remained unbeaten for the year. Shi has many tools, but a lie is the handle which fits them all. Ma- hardware merchant has a handmade wooden-, IsTelgh he used as a boy ba'ck in" tne v !880's. This particular sled was bought at an auction for 75 cents. ORDINANCE NO. 400 -ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 344, THE 'TIRE DE• PARTMENT ORDINANCE" TO PROVIDE FOR THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT REGARDING THE AP* POINTMENT OF THE FIRE CHIEF. BE IT ORDAINED BY .THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. '»• ' Section 1. Ordinance No: 344, entiUed "Fire Department Ordinance," is here*>v amended by inserting therein a new Section, tc be designated as "Section I A.'Mo read as follows: Section 1 A. Racommendation. On or before the 15th day of December in each year, the Fire Oe- .partment shall submit to the Mayor us recommendation concerning the person to be appointed Chief of tHe J Fire Department for the following > : :year. In case of a vacancy, the Fire • Department shall, as prompUy as possible, inform the Mayor o£ its recommendation regarding the person to be appointed to fill said vacancy. V v PASSED, ADOPTED and AP- PftOVED this 14th day of January, 1959. '• HOME AAODERNIZATIQN ATTIC tO BASEM1NT INSIDE AND OUT r MODERN EFFICIENT KITCHENS 9 ADDITIONS . 0 GARAGES *. PQRCHi? ; f RiC ROOMS • .ROOFING ,9 SIDING Paul J, Ostwinkle - Builder Phone CY 4-2200 Algona EOW Troubles A growing savings account can be mighty helpful in an emergency, And just having the account — jn an injured association like ours— is good "preventive medicine/* . >«31 find,, fpr avoiding mirny financial worries. Try this 'prescription now. by opening an account here, where your savings eajr« a good return. NOW PAYING "per Annum Semi-Annudlly HOME FEDERAL SAYINGS & LOAN ASS'N Sib w 1917 AICQNA, IOWA D4Vld A. Smtth f , city Glatk., (3) whteh it te irecommendca. that- Mid «ifesc-l>e t«*fea.,«rtd ' - f ?v L,.' ^'-, WHEHfiXS. thfe Council has deter- Mined that said flUey is n6 lort«er needed for any Mtiniclpal.pufposc, and it is in the b*st Sktemu.fen&lierferal welfart 1rt the CitV bf Al§6na-and thtf tnhabftirtt* the«,bt that thfe.allsy d«» _ _ city Courtcll m *tl Ctty ot Algona, Iowa, as tpUotfei •>..-' Section i That the alley herethafteir described be,tod the iame^is hereby, , -Se Allev nmning East 'and 'West through Block Sixty-Six (86), Or- • iglnal Plat of the city of-'AIgotoa, • Iowa. J ^ r \ ' •. • Section, 2, !that' the .tifle. ^nariswa-i etshlp of the alley above described and hereby VHcated be retained in the Cit^ of-Algona, Iowa, subject to. disposition of it by further action of" the jCily council a* provided .by:law. > * -Section 3. That this Ordinance, being deemed ..of Immediate 'importance, be m full force and,effect front lnance No, 401 at the. City of Algona, Authenticated tttu ftlch « rdson City Clerk - 1, oaVid s Ar shiitft,yd eualifieet and Hcting Gi AlgbfMf, State of Io*a ) tto«toth Count* ) ,, - . , " jfcppointed, tfertptf the _ y cer* tify that" the foregoing is fl Wue.-cori rect and, complete/jcopy. of Ordinance No. 401 which fras passed, adopted and approved by the pity Couttcilttf the City of Algona.,lowar ort the 14th day of jantiflty, 1659. '«•("' r ' s ' I further certify that said ordinance was published tti the Algttna Uppfer Des Moines,- a newep'aper publiBhed weekly and printed in the* English .language and. of general circulation in the City of Algona, Idwa, Which publication was oh the 22nd .day Of Janua Dated, at. A:. of January* i! (SEAt) na, Iowa luary, a, this ._. 22nd day A: -Smhfa' The "sale event that wise shoppers wait; for! 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